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resulting even in pneumonia for one of our pledges, but vve are happy to say that all have r ecovered now. This delayed our plans for ru shi ng somewhat, but we have carried out a winter sp read, a kid party, a dance and a Japanese tea. Since Christmas our ch apter house has been beautified by a handsome spinet desk, presented to us by our alumnae, and also a taupe and blue rug, the g ift of the active chapter. Our mothers' club has held a benefit bridge party and we hear that we will receive something from them. It takes time to furnish a ch apter house we have .found. O ur athletic g irls have organized a basketball team and have held several p ractices, and our h ome economics girls helped the agricultural department during Farmers' \iVeek in servmg dinners, acting in plays, etc. Thus our chapter keeps Elsie F. Schneider. busy. MU MU CHAPTER Mu Mu introduces this month nine g irls who have performed their pledge duties and hav e received their pledge pins. They are : Bernice, McGrath, Houghton Norma Welch, Flint Ruth Stanley, Ypsi l<m ti Kathar ine Crab ill, Monroevi Ji e, Ind. Lulu Mary Frieling, Muskegon Garcion Carpenter, Marshal Geneva Bond, Memphis Doris Billman, Ka leva Kasylda Derbin, Clawson

Our p ledges entertained at the home of Ruth Stanley as a finai pledge duty. The December social meeting was held at路 the home of Gladys Lackie, our p res ident. vVe played games, and Helen Maniex act ing as Santa Clans, distributed the gifts. \ Ve did not linger long after refreshm ents for our term blue books were call ing us. One of our big social events of the year is now over. It was our winter formal dance. The Kindergarten room of Prospect School has a low ceiling and many F rench doors, so we thought we would make a homelike atmosp here by using numerous floor lamps and table lamps placed inv iting ly near overstuffed daven-

Profile for Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority

Asa phoenix vol 11 no 3 mar 1926  

Asa phoenix vol 11 no 3 mar 1926